In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- His biggest turn-on is a girl in a bikini, so I had better get to the gym post-haste.
- The unmoved expression slowly creeping over Lily's face prompted him to continue explaining post-haste.
- They are currently awaiting the decision on a planning submission which, if approved, will send them off to structural engineers post-haste.
- Or was she so strapped for time that she had to write it in post-haste and not even proof read it once.
- This was sent to her post-haste and we heard that it was the main attraction at a dinner, which included foreigners.
- I assured him that he could just leave it there in the receiving dock and I'd come get it post-haste.
- Mind you, if they made a movie of that, I might rouse myself from my burrow post-haste.
- But the very thought of the potential existence of that possibility is absolutely killing me, and thus must be extinguished post-haste.
- Which is better, post-haste posting or prior preparation and preening?
- The menu board outside and the bandstand inside inspired me to grab a table post-haste.
- In the last letter, I had suggested you to reach my place by post-haste but you neither affirmed the proposal nor rejected it.
- The persons responsible ought to be prosecuted in the first instance, the deck must be removed post-haste and the destroyed vegetation replaced immediately.
- I haven't read the other two books in the trilogy, and that's a keen regret that I intend to do something about post-haste.
- So I suggest you finish up your vector-hunt post-haste and clear out.
- So it would behove us ‘poorly informed’ environmentalists and ‘street protesters’ to post-haste mend our errant ways.
- Call the constable and arrange for a lynch mob post-haste.
- Our State and Federal Governments, intimidated by the medical fraternity's recent show of muscle, have scuttled new liability legislation through their parliaments post-haste.
- Pop the question now, and start planning post-haste.
- Those who have seen it are encouraged to purchase it post-haste.
- I loved the film as well (and I'm going to start another thread post-haste on a possible phenomenon I saw in it).
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